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July 1, 1968 ~ August 26, 2023 (age 55) 55 Years Old
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Lynette Davis, a remarkably kind, friendly, and thoughtful soul, passed away peacefully on August 26, 2023. Born on June 31, 1968, at Mercy Hospital in San Diego, CA, she lived a life that was rich in love, laughter, and profound relationships. Lynette was the loving daughter of Linda Evans and Willie Davis, cherished sister to Noble Robinson and Oscar E James III, and mother to Nikita, LaToya, Rebecca, Heaven, and Vionca. Her uncles Freddie Davis, Joshua Davis, John Franklin, and her aunts Marilynn Davis, Joan Walther, Barbara Kaprielian also held a special place in her heart. She was a friend to all, and her radiant smile was a beacon of joy and warmth to those around her. Lynette was a woman of many passions. She had a deep love for writing, often expressing her thoughts, dreams, and experiences in beautifully crafted prose. This passion extended to her love for cooking, where she used her culinary skills to create meals that were not just delicious but also a testament to her creativity and love for her family. She would spend hours in the kitchen, perfecting recipes and creating new ones, all in an effort to bring joy to those she loved. In addition to her love for writing and cooking, Lynette was also an avid Facebook user. She used the platform to stay connected with friends and family, sharing her life's joys and challenges with those she held dear. Her Facebook posts were a reflection of her personality - warm, engaging, and full of life. Lynette had a deep appreciation for rhythm and blues music. The soulful melodies and powerful lyrics resonated with her, and she often found solace and inspiration in the music. Lynette Davis was a beacon of love, kindness, and thoughtfulness. Her life was a testament to the power of positivity and the strength of the human spirit. She touched the lives of many and left an indelible mark on the hearts of those she knew. Her legacy is one of love, perseverance, and the unwavering belief in the goodness of people. In remembering Lynette, we celebrate a life beautifully lived and a soul deeply loved. She may have left this world, but her spirit continues to inspire those she left behind. Her memory will forever be a part of the lives she touched, a comforting presence in the hearts of those who loved her. Lynette Davis, a woman of strength, and unyielding love, will be deeply missed, but her memory will forever live on. She leaves behind a legacy of love, kindness, and thoughtfulness, a legacy that will continue to inspire and uplift.
. Lynette Davis was born January 31 1968 to her beloved parents Willie Davis and Linda Dixon. She touched the lives of many during her time with us. She peacefully departed from the world on August 26th, 2023, leaving behind cherished memories and a legacy of love.
Lynette was known for her warm and caring nature. She had a passion for writing and found joy in cooking and spending time with her family. her kindness and generosity extended to everyone she met, making her a beloved friend.
Lynette’s memory will live in our hearts, and her kindness will continue to inspire us. may she rest in peace.